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Denis Christel Sassou-Nguesso (Kiki)

Date of Birth: 14 January 1975
Place of Birth: Brazzaville


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Son, like Father

Now the firm has taken on a tougher assignment: promoting the image of Denis Christel 'Kiki' Sassou-Nguesso...


The bank at the heart of the scandal

In the United States the Department of Justice went to court in June last year to seize a Miami penthouse as the proceeds of corruption presenting evidence that it secretly belongs to International Cooperation Minister Denis-Christel Sassou-Nguesso son of President Sassou-Nguesso and that it was bought with funds stolen from the state oil company...

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A fox guarding the hen house

Now-minister Denis Christel Sassou-Nguesso's luxurious lifestyle and corruption has been laid out over the years in court cases in London and the United States and in preliminary findings by police in France's long-running Biens mal acquis (ill-gotten gains) case...

President's son carries a lot of baggage Denis Christel Sassou-Nguesso son of the President of Congo-Brazzaville and now international cooperation minister is known for living a life of luxury...


Sassou in a corner

The election was a success for the Sassou family with 11 members including son and potential successor Denis Christel Sassou-Nguesso voted in (AC Vol 58 No 14 Sassou's family values)...


Sassou for ever

Efforts are being made to groom for the succession presidential son Denis-Christel Sassou-Nguesso who was elevated to a senior role in the PCT during its party congress last July...


Sassou's reforms on trial

Cotrade was headed by presidential son Denis-Christel Sassou-Nguesso although as Africa Confidential went to press its website still boasted a welcome from him as ‘administrateur-général’...


Brazzaville counts on France and the IMF

Cotrade's head is presidential son Denis Christel Sassou-Nguesso who as revealed by leaked credit card bills went on luxury spending sprees in Europe and the East Asia at the expense of the same shell companies...


Which vulture flies?

Ollivier admitted he had loaned hundreds of thousands of dollars to build a house for Blaise Elenga who runs Congo's oil-marketing company Congolaise de Trading SAU along with Sassou's son Denis Christel Sassou-Nguesso (AC Vol 50 No 16)...


Banking on secrecy

Western governments will pressure offshore financial centres to yield more information on the opaque arrangements that facilitate capital flight and tax evasion so more African wealth is likely to follow the cash of political heavyweights like Denis Christel Sassou Nguesso son of Congo-Brazzaville's President Denis Sassou Nguesso...


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